Walking in the street I heard dancing music ahead. This enterprise from Spain sneaked across the Channel to cheer up Kent with gypsy tunes.
“The Larkins” is a reboot of the 1990s ITV series “The Darling Buds of May”, about a family of farmers living in a Kent village in the 1950s.
Out of sight, out of mind. The Invisible workers who clean our offices, slaughter our cattle, make our sandwiches. Poetry Week.
For the next two weeks, the French authorities will discuss with the EU representatives of the other 27 countries to see if a diplomatic solution can be found. But, if not, the fishing boss threatens actions will be taken against the British, not blocking the port, but stopping British goods.
This nation is short of HGV drivers, warehouse stackers, fruit pickers, hospitality and care-home staff. Conscription could be the answer!
Village life in Kent fifty years ago. In this review Charlotte Lebon compares John Bennett’s recollection of Kent village life with her own.
There are many great houses and gardens in this country. Some are owned by the National Trust, others have been converted into schools.
Why do people buy bottled water? What exactly are the health benefits of various types of water? What is wrong with tap water?
It’s not on the map. Kent does not seem to feature in tourism sites aiming to appeal to the differently-abled
The right to roam gives us the freedom to enjoy walks across public footpaths. Some are historically established right of way.